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The Daily bit(e) of C++ aims to be a C++ learning resource that presents the language in the form of easily digestible bites of knowledge.

The series covers features from all versions of the C++ standard and sneak peeks into unreleased versions as long as those features are already implemented in a mainstream compiler.

Typical posts are 500-1000 characters long, plus a commented code example linked to Compiler Explorer.

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C++ Educational Content Creator | ex-Software Engineer, ex-Researcher | Using my position of privilege and experience to benefit the younger generations.